Submissions/Collaborative Lesson Planning
This is an open submission for Wikimania 2011.
- Review no.
- Title of the submission
- Collaborative Lesson Planning
- Type of submission (workshop, tutorial, panel, presentation)
- Author of the submission
- Charles Jeffrey Danoff
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- Charles Jeffrey Danoff on Wikiversity
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- Abstract (please use no less than 300 words to describe your proposal)
I would like to build off the presentation I gave at last year's Wikimania with the same title. It was mostly theoretical about how Collaborative Lesson Planning (CLP) could work. Since then I have done some actual work in the field. I have uploaded many of my own lesson plans to Wikiversity and my own teaching laboratory. Additionally I led a course in the fall on P2PU on CLP and am currently doing one now in Winter 2011. CLP in its ideal sense of teachers everywhere working together on like lesson plans to make them better is still a way off, but in my experiments the past year I have found some of what works and what doesn't and this presentation would be my way to share my findings.
- Track (People and Community/Knowledge and Collaboration/Infrastructure)
- Knowledge and Collaboration
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